Master's degree programs require proficiency in the area of specialization as evidenced through advanced course work and scholarship endeavors via a thesis or a professional paper.
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree is conferred for work of distinction, in which the student displays original scholarship and achievement.
Interested in learning more? Here is a list of basic information on each program, including program director, required tests and application deadlines. For specific info, please refer to the degree and programs listings below.
Various programs are offered at the master's level, most commonly Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Science (MS).
Doctoral degrees including Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Medical Doctor (MD) and Doctor of Education (Ed.D.).